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Think about touring world wide in your wedding ceremony apparel. Wild, proper? However that is precisely what Nick and Zoe Aust did.

The pair wed on Dec. 31, 2017 and spent 2018 touring  to 33 nations, all whereas carrying their wedding ceremony outfits.

The pair visited locations like Spain, France and Turkey, with Zoe in her wedding ceremony gown in any respect the primary websites. They posted footage from their journey on their Instagram account, @marrymeintravel, which has since amassed practically 40,000 followers.

Zoe Aust described her Watters Ferrara wedding ceremony gown as out of her consolation zone, which she stated was becoming as a result of the newlyweds give up their jobs to journey the world. 

“We had been doing all of those huge issues out of our consolation zones,” Aust advised USA TODAY. “Quitting our jobs, touring the world, why not convey alongside the outfits from the perfect day of our lives?”

They carried round their wedding ceremony attires in a garment bag, she defined. 

“We didn’t suppose an excessive amount of about it and we simply hoped for the perfect all through our travels,” she added of their practically year-long honeymoon, which resulted in October. “It’s a real testomony to the Watters designers since you’d by no means know this gown has been world wide!”

The couple even went into the Indian Ocean with the marriage apparel on.

“Leaping into the Indian Ocean in our wedding ceremony apparel on our final day earlier than heading dwelling simply put us excessive with gratitude!”

Although the couple returned from their journey (and are about to maneuver to Brooklyn, New York) that does not imply the touring is over.

“We simply bought again dwelling from Morocco and volunteering in Sierra Leone,” Zoe Aust stated. “We’re within the means of determining our subsequent vacation spot!”



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